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Report finds gaps in Gulf Coast small biz contracting

GAO says locally based small firms received less than 14 percent of contracts to recover from hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Secretary Ken Salazar pledged a ‘fresh look’ at review process.

Interior tightens drilling oversight

New policy restricts exemptions from environmental reviews for offshore oil and gas activities.

From Nextgov.com: You’re never too young to learn fiscal responsibility

Treasury Direct Kids provides children with simple explanations of financial terms, games and cartoons.

Defense chief to step down in 2011

Gates' departure has long been a subject of speculation.

Court rules against government, again, in small business parity

Federal Claims judge finds the Air Force violated the law when it did not give a HUBZone firm priority.

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Gates’ departure could derail Defense reforms

Pentagon might face deep budget cuts if Defense secretary steps down in 2011 as he intends.

DISCLOSE Act will get second look

Measure would severely restrict companies that do business with the government.

Senate majority leader breaks with Obama on mosque

Reid says even though the First Amendment protects freedom of religion, the structure "should be built someplace else."

Government faces a data deluge

Agencies have turned to virtualization to process a growing stockpile of information.

Postal Service strives to maintain a deep bench for executive jobs

Even as USPS’ workforce shrinks, officials focus on getting diverse candidates with varied experience lined up for leadership vacancies.

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